Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jun. 24, 1929

Nice Women.

William A. Grew is the playwright who prepared this gallimaufry of old notions. The ancient, familiar ingredients are many in number, confused in arrangement. The Girard family wants to marry Daughter Geraldine to her diamond-studded admirer, Mark Chandler. He happens to be the boss of both Father Girard and of William Wells, a callow underling whom Daughter Geraldine really loves. If Daughter Geraldine marries the importunate Chandler, it will mean limousines and regal delicacies for all. But if she marries the struggling Wells, according to her ambitious mother and young...

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